I am in the process of redesigning this website to update all of my current work, as well as reflect changing trends (and make things easier on myself). I know it’s a bit outdated at present, but I will be bringing it back better and stronger.
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Well its been seven months since Apple dropped iOS7 on us. There was much fuss made over its sometimes yucky color palette, its eschewing of buttons for text links, its thin fonts, and its minimalistic approach. Though, for all of its divisiveness, I can say that it has seriously affected not only how I use […]
Short post today. Apple iOS7 is on the horizon. Check out the new design at http://www.apple.com/ios/ios7/design/.
My initial thoughts on it are that it hurts my eyes and repulses me. Am I happy that Apple has finally moved away from skeuomorphic design? Yes. Am I a fan of simplicity in design? Absolutely. Then why do the gradients and color palette offend me so? Why does the minimalism make me never want to look at my phone? I am wrestling with it in my head, but maybe I’ll post more on the subject later after I’ve had some time to live with it and use it firsthand. But right now, you can check it out and formulate your own opinion.
I’ve recently been working on a couple of user-interface designs for multiple mobile and web platforms, and as such, have been doing lots of research. I have long subscribed to the theory that people don’t know what they want until you tell them. In this blog post, I talk about a real-life example, and what some others have thought.
Here is a nice, well-done video by PBS Arts showcasing the long and storied history of logo design. It features some of the top logo designers in recent history telling about the intricacies of logo design. Rarely do people look at the artistry that goes into making a logo. Its worth a look.
From PBS Arts
I recently did some site wrap/Ad work for Page 2 Music, a new music label, featuring their first signed band, 3 Pill Morning. They can be seen on Revolver Magazine and Blabbermouth right now on the home pages as the side ads. I enjoyed the project, small though it was.
I apologize for the lack of updates. I’ve been producing an album, so my focus was shifted for a bit. I will be putting some new artwork up soon: Throwing Gravity’s album artwork, Hearts of Saints new album artwork, and a branding project for Olivet Baptist Church.
Chris Herron Design has made a deal with the Devil…to reshape the way Hell is perceived by mortal men. Until now, Hell was seen as a place of darkness, filled with suffering, constant exposure to open flame, weeping and gnashing of teeth — but no longer!
Back in May, Sobe launched its’ new advertising campaign “Try Everything” in partnership with the agency Motive in Denver. Tagged an “experiential campaign” it aims to increase awareness of its new flavors.
The design from top to bottom is outstanding. Take a look at their website to see awesome mini posters and fun games all inspired by each of their 31 flavors.